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Women's Movement

(Sociology) a grass-roots movement of women concerned with women's liberation
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women's movement

n the women's movementil movimento per la liberazione della donna
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On June 6, Gafarova will travel to Paris, where she will speak at a scientific conference dedicated to the history of women's movement and the prospects of further implementation of women's rights in connection with 100th anniversary of the granting of electoral rights to women in Azerbaijan.
One of the things the women's movement did very right was to forge alliances with other movements.
Disabled women are still struggling to find their place in the women's movement -- and high-profile campaigns such as #MeToo are a reminder of what a long way there is to go before they can say that their voices are being heard.
Today critique remains that there is no women's movement. But is this absence simply the case for a lack of desire or adequate leadership?
In this paper I will examine the relationship between the Palestinian Women's Movement and Hamas to attempt to contextualize the debate between the Palestinian women's movement and their Islamist counterparts and to think about how we can study Islamists from the perspective of women' s empowerment.
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Her book reminds us that while the women's movement has made some major advances in the past four decades, there is much left to be done, and much more to be angry about.
Don Nardo, THE WOMEN'S MOVEMENT. Farmington Hills, MI: Lucent Books, 2011.
She identifies four periods of women's movement activity in Nicaragua: a first wave of independent women who called for voting rights; a Somocista Nationalist Liberal Party (PLN) cross-class women's movement; a Sandinista National Liberation Front (FSLN) mass women's movement; and second-wave, autonomous feminism.
Illuminated with black and white portrait photographs of their subjects, eight chapters cover the lives and contributions of Sarah and Angelina Grimke, early Southern abolitionists and women's movement leaders, Sarah Childress Polk, quiet wife, advisor, and secretary to pre-Civil War President James K.
Its inability to conceive of a succession has crippled women's progress not just within the women's movement but in every venue of American public life.
This issue coincides with three important anniversaries which are deeply intertwined with the Serbian women's movement. The first marks 150 years since the establishment of the High School for Girls (1863), which changed the traditional women's image and role in Serbian society.

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